University of Virginia--History--19th century
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Blow Family Papers
Brown, Coalter, Tucker Papers (I)
James Lawrence Cabell Account Book
Account book, 1869-1889, of Doctor James Lawrence Cabell, professor of anatomy and surgery at the University of Virginia. Includes his accounts as treasurer of the University of Virginia Chapel fund, as physician to professors at the University, and his personal accounts. The volume was later owned by Cabell's executor, Edward B. Smith. Includes a check in the amount of $1,014.33 from J.L. Cabell to Maj. Edward B. Smith, October 3, 1878.
James Lawrence Cabell Papers
Letters to James Lawrence Cabell, professor of anatomy and surgery at the University of Virginia from John A. Cabell and Joseph C. Cabell; and Russell Murdock (discussing the optic nerve.)
Peachy G. Harrison Papers
Letters, 1881-1886, of recommendation for Peachy G. Harrison. Two of the letters, 1886, are in regard to his seeking the position of proctor at the University of Virginia.
Hart Papers I and II
George Frederick Holmes Papers
John G. James to Samuel Y. Ferguson Letter
Copy of an April 7, 1927 letter from John G. James to Samuel Y. Ferguson about Andrew Jackson and the VMI (Virginia Military Institute) Cadets in the Civil War and about Charles A. James, a student at the University of Virginia, who served with Robert E. Lee.
The John G. James papers were given to the Virginia Military Institute by an ancestor in 1992.
John M. Martin Account Book
Account book, 1802-1850, of John M. Martin, lawyer and merchants, of [Albemarle County ?] Va. which includes an account with the University of Virginia. Includes an index.
M.E.G. Letter to Hugh Green
Physician's Account Book (Albemarle County, Va.)
Account book of unknown physician who lived in area of Albemarle County and Charlottesville, Virginia. Many of his patients were faculty or students at the University of Virginia.
Francis H. Smith Letter to R.G. H. Kean
Letter from Francis H. Smith at the University of Virginia [Charlottesville, Virginia] to R.G. H. Kean. Declines the invitation to come and lecture in Lynchburg [Va.] and states that the Board [of Visitors] is making magnificent provisions for my department and "that the Era of makeshift [is] to be at an end."